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HOUSTON -- Conoco this week was named one of America's Safest Companies for 2002 by Occupational Hazards magazine.
"This honor reinforces our long-held belief that safety is the 'right thingto do,'" said Steve Brouillard, manager of safety for ConocoPhillips. "Conoco and Phillips Petroleum recently completed their merger to become ConocoPhillips. The new company embraces a long-held tradition of putting safety first in every operation."
For the fifth consecutive year and 17th time in 23 years, Conoco has ranked as the safest major energy company in the United States according to the American Petroleum Institute's (API) benchmarking survey of occupational injuries, illnesses and fatalities.
Companies on this year's list were chosen based on recommendations by industry professionals, recognition by industry associations, participation in programs such as OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program, state and local awards and Occupational Hazards' research into the occupational health and safety philosophy and programs of the company.